, that was *really* nice of you to offer - especially
that I find myself dreaming of helpful neighbors, who would
offer to cook for us for a couple of weeks ;) .
Interesting idea about the book. We were discussing with
my husband the importance of early introduction to science -
especially mathematics. My mother was studying in university
when I was a toddler, and she used to spend a lot of time with
me, explaining what she's doing :) , teaching basic arithmetics etc.
It seems to me that made a huge difference in my life,
particularly in my thinking ability and interest in studies.
How would one start teaching a child programming languages?
I was introduced to computers late, and have no idea
when and how I'll teach Adriel computing.
-- Tired but happy misty
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